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How to Prevent and Fix an Air Conditioner Freeze-Up

How to Keep Pests Out of Your Air Conditioner

How to Keep Pests Out of Your Air Conditioner- Call (702) 869-8093 Comfort Masters in Las Vegas for an HVAC inspection. Air conditioners provide a cool and comfortable home during the summer months, but they can also attract pests. Insects and rodents can build nests in and around AC units, which can damage the unit and reduce its efficiency. You can take a few steps to protect your AC unit from pests and keep your home pest-free.

Maintain the lawn around your AC unit. Keep the grass short and weeds trimmed to prevent pests from hiding and nesting near your unit. Also, fill in any holes in the ground and remove any standing water.

Install screens on vents and ducts. This will prevent pests from entering your home through your AC system. You can purchase screens specifically designed for AC units, or you can use window mesh.

Clean your AC unit regularly. Remove any debris or dust that has accumulated around the unit. You can also use a mild soap and water solution to clean the unit’s condenser coils.

Schedule regular maintenance for your AC unit. A qualified technician can inspect your unit for signs of pest damage and make any necessary repairs.

Here are some additional tips to help keep pests away from your AC unit:

• Keep your gutters clean and free of debris. This will help prevent water from pooling around your AC unit.
• Seal any cracks or gaps in your home’s foundation and exterior walls. This will make it more difficult for pests to enter your home.
• Store food in airtight containers and keep your kitchen clean. This will help reduce the number of pests that are attracted to your home in the first place.

AC Maintenance Programs for Residential and Commercial Customers Throughout Las Vegas

Our air conditioner and check include the some of the following processes:

• Check Coil Fins for Damage
• Check Unit Cabinet for Damage
• Check Compressor and Tubing for Damage
• Check Contactor for Signs of Burning and Pitting
• Check Compressor Capacitor Rating
• Check Condenser Motor Capacitor Rating
• Check Compressor Amperage
• Check Condenser Motor Amperage
• Check Fan Blade for Vibration
• Check Voltage for Correct Voltage
• Clean Condenser Coil with Water
• Check Suction and Discharge Refrigeration Pressures
• Check Suction Line Temperature
• Calculate Refrigerant Superheat
• Check Supply Air Temperature
• Check Return Air Temperature
• Check Thermostat Control for Proper Operation
• Check Reversing Valve for Proper Operation (Heat Pump Only)
• Check Control Box High Voltage and Low Voltage Wiring Connections
• Check Air Filter Clean If Washable, Change If Available